Anna Netrebko (Unión Soviética, Krasnodar, 18 de septiembre de 1971)

Anna Netrebko is no longer just the darling of the opera world: she is enchanting audiences around the globe while continuing to cultivate the respect and admiration of opera's most devoted and demanding fans. Her beautiful, dark, and distinctive voice, together with her elegant and alluring stage presence, have prompted critics to hail the Russian soprano as "Audrey Hepburn with a voice," and "a singer who simply has it all: a voice of astounding purity, precision, and scope, extensive dynamic and tonal range, imagination, insight, and wit - all combined with a dazzling charisma that makes it all but impossible to look away when she is performing."

Since her triumphant Salzburg Festival debut in 2002 as Donna Anna in Mozart's Don Giovanni, Anna Netrebko has gone on to appear with nearly all of the world's great opera companies, including the Metropolitan Opera, the San Francisco Opera, London's Royal Opera House Covent Garden, the Vienna State Opera, the Paris Opera, the Berlin State Opera, and Munich's Bavarian State Opera. She also frequently returns to the Kirov Opera at the Mariinsky Theater in St. Petersburg (where she made her stage debut as Susanna in Mozart's Le nozze di Figaro) to collaborate with her longtime mentor, conductor Valery Gergiev. Ms. Netrebko also appears extensively in concerts and recitals throughout the world, both in revered music halls such as New York's Carnegie Hall and Paris's Théâtre des Champs-Élysées, and in arenas in front of tens of thousands of people.

Anna Netrebko boasts an extensive discography that includes solo albums, complete opera recordings, and DVDs. Her solo discs for the venerable Deutsche Grammophon label - Opera Arias, Sempre Libera, Russian Album, and Souvenirs - have all been bestsellers, as have her audio recordings and DVDs of La traviata, Manon, and Le nozze di Figaro and her DVD of music videos, Anna Netrebko: The Woman, The Voice. To date, all of her albums have earned platinum status in Germany and Austria.

Further confirming her status as "the reigning new diva of the early 21st century," in 2007 Anna Netrebko became the first opera singer ever to be named to the TIME 100 list - Time magazine's list of the most influential people in the world. Her other honors and awards include Grammy nominations for her recordings Violetta and Russian Album, Musical America's 2008 "Musician of the Year," Germany's prestigious Bambi Award, the U.K.'s Classical BRIT Awards for "Singer of the Year" and "Female Artist of the Year," and six German Echo Klassik awards. In 2005, she was awarded the Russian State Prize - the country's highest award in the field of arts and literature - by President Vladimir Putin, and in 2008 the President bestowed on her the title of "People's Artist of Russia."


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